Women’s Jackets: Inspired by NYFW

Women’s Jackets: Inspired by NYFW

If you’ve been keeping an eye on New York Fashion Week, you’ll know it to have been chock-full of stylish inspiration. It goes without saying really, doesn’t it? And although it’s looking ahead to spring/summer 2015, these days it’s all about being ahead. We plan on checking out the hottest trends for next year and incorporating them into our autumn/winter wardrobe as soon as humanly possible.

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At Diane von Furstenberg, we positively adored the monochrome looks exiting at the start of the collection – loose flirty shapes were splattered with black and white gingham, while monochrome floral prints and layered lace were also favourable. And, of course, monochrome works time and time again every year. Our Savoir Oversized Blazer is a great way to get ahead this season – it’ll see you through the summer to autumn transition, plus you can wear it next spring too. What could be better?

Alternatively, there’s the Love Label Leopard Jacquard Jacket, which also incorporates animal print. Plus, ponte jackets are all the rage so you’d do well with the Savoir Ponte Jacquard Jacket and South Longline Ponte Jacket – the latter of which would work when the temperatures plummet.

Diane’s collection went on to include bold blue, as did the offerings from DKNY and Alice + Olivia. Get the look with our South Crepe Boxy Jacket – a gorgeous kimono/jacket hybrid in a wonderfully soft crepe material. It’s another great transitional piece to wear right now and, equally, it’ll fit in perfectly next spring. Do you prefer to mix various bright colours instead? You’ll love the South Satin Print Kimono, which ties in smoothly with the bold combinations at Alice + Olivia.

Moving onto a design which will see you through the chillier months, our South Fur Collar Check Coat is a wise choice. Coloured in warm burgundy, this coat would fit seamlessly with the SS15 offering from Tommy Hilfiger.

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